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" We had a great deal of difficulty in finding what we needed, and finally one dealer, more intelligent than the rest, made this remark: "I am afraid we have not what you want. You want something at which the children may work; these are all for listening. "
The School and Society: Being Three Lectures - Seite 48
von John Dewey - 1899 - 125 Seiten
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Baptist Missionary Magazine, Band 85

1905
...and educational — to the needs of the children. We had a good deal of difficulty in finding what we needed, and finally one dealer, more intelligent...these are all for listening." That tells the story of traditional education. . . . Simply studying lessons out of a book is only another kind of listening;...
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Methods of Teaching: Their Basis and Statement Developed from a Functional ...

Werrett Wallace Charters - 1912 - 444 Seiten
...hygienic, and educational—to the needs of the children. We had a good deal of difficulty in finding what we needed, and finally one dealer, more intelligent...afraid we have not what you want. You want something for the children to work at; these are all for listening.' That tells the story of the traditional...
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The Principles of Religious Teaching

Wade Crawford Barclay - 1920 - 132 Seiten
...of the children. We had a great deal of difficulty in finding what we needed, and finally one dealer made this remark: 'I am afraid we have not what you...at which the children may work; these are all for listening.'"1 The author comments upon this remark: "That tells the story of the traditional education....
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Curriculum-making, Past and Present

National Society for the Study of Education. Committee on Curriculum-Making, Harold Ordway Rugg - 1969 - 475 Seiten
...and educational — to the needs of the children. We had a great deal of difficulty in finding what we needed, and finally one dealer, more intelligent...That tells the story of the traditional education. It is all made "for listening" — because simply studying lessons out of a book is only another kind...
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Teaching for Democratic Citizenship

Ken Osborne, Our Schools/Our Selves Education Foundation - 1991 - 202 Seiten
...days when they were bolted to the floor), until finally one salesperson identified the problem: "... I am afraid we have not what you want. You want something...the children may work. These are all for listening!" (Dewey, 1915:31). Such days are now in the past, and schools have tables, work-stations and learning...
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Art Making and Education

Maurice Brown, Diana Korzenik - 1993 - 208 Seiten
...the sort of education he valued. He recalled a salesperson telling him, "I am afraid we do not have what you want. You want something at which the children may work; these [desks] are all for listening."6 Drawing, for Dewey, taps the social instinct and is a vehicle for...
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The New Scholarship on Dewey

James W. Garrison, Jim Garrison - 1995 - 236 Seiten
...laboratory school's classrooms. After explaining his needs to a supplier, the latter responded tellingly "you want something at which the children may work; these are all for listening" (Dewey, 1976, p. 21). If the post-Darwinian understanding of humans were accepted, such a physical...
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Transforming Schools Into Community Learning Centers

Steve R. Parson - 1999 - 176 Seiten
...what he was looking for, he encountered one dealer, "more intelligent than the rest," who remarked, "I am afraid we have not what you want. You want something...the children may work; these are all for listening." Dewey commented: That tells the story of the traditional education. Just as the biologist can take...
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John Dewey and the Lessons of Art

Philip Wesley Jackson - 1998 - 204 Seiten
...and educational — to the needs of the children. We had a great deal of difficulty in finding what we needed, and finally one dealer, more intelligent...not what you want. You want something at which the child may work; these are all for listening.' " The moral of Dewey's adventure is evident, but to drive...
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The Academic Achievement Challenge: What Really Works in the Classroom?

Jeanne Sternlicht Chall - 2002 - 210 Seiten
...Dewey had questioned numerous dealers at length, one finally understood what he was looking for: "I'm afraid we have not what you want. You want something...the children may work; these are all for listening." According to Dewey, "simply studying lessons out of a book is only another kind of listening; it marks...
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